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Dallas Furniture Bank provides basic home furnishings to those coming out homelessness or in poverty. We are a non-profit organization that relies heavily on community support. We are dedicated to supporting our community and making a difference. There are plenty of organizations in the Dallas area that are making a difference, so why should you support Dallas Furniture Bank specifically? In this blog, we are going to give you six reasons to support us here at DFB.

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Dallas Furniture Bank helps those who are transitioning out of homelessness or poverty and need help getting back on their feet with donated furniture. We are partnered with numerous agencies throughout the Dallas and Fort Worth area that are dedicated to providing basic furnishings to those in need. The best way to obtain furniture from Dallas Furniture Bank is to contact one of our trusted agencies we have teamed up with.

The Best Way to Get Furniture

To start:

Visit our agency page here and contact one of our many partners to work with.

Call one of them and see how they can work with you.

You are also welcome to fill out our contact form, and we can forward this to a partner agency.

The most efficient option is to directly contact one of our partner agencies and explain your story on why you need help. From there, they will collaborate with you and Dallas Furniture Bank to assist you in any way we can.

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Dallas Furniture Bank’s mission is to provide basic furniture to families in the Fort Worth and Dallas area living in poverty and transitioning out of homelessness. We are so dedicated to this cause because of these statistics that Kera News gathered from the Center for Public Policy Priorities (CPPP):

  • 1.5 million Texas children live in poverty, defined by a family of four: mother, father, and two children earning $25,000 or less a year.
  • About 155,000 of those children live in Dallas County.
  • 50,000 of those in the city of Dallas qualify as living in extreme poverty, defined as a family of four living on $14,000 or less a year.
  • Single mothers in Dallas are twice as likely to live at or below the poverty line as single fathers. One-third of Dallas children live with a single mother.
  • 43 percent of Dallasites speak a language other than English. Not...

Welcome to our site! We are in the process of building our blog page and will have many interesting articles to share in the coming months. Please stay tuned to this page for information to come. And if you have any questions about our business or want to reach out to us, we would love for you to stop by our contact page.

Thank you!